New Site Is First Stop For Nashville Antiques Week When Nashville's antiques and art season opens on today, the thousands of collectors who come to shop the antiques shows running through February 12 will, for the first time, be able to plan their exc
News-Antique.com - Feb 02,2012 - NASHVILLE--When Nashville's antiques and art season opens on today, the thousands of collectors who come to shop the antiques shows running through February 12 will, for the first time, be able to plan their excursions through one comprehensive website.
NashvilleAntiquesWeek.com is a destination website that organizes all the events, offers deals on antiques show tickets and provides background on the many collecting categories that will be spotlighted. A NashvilleAntiquesWeek.com mobile app supports the website.
"Nashville is known as a town that's about antiques ," states Eric Miller co-founder of the site along with Regina Kolbe, "and you really don't get a sense of it until you see it all together at NashvilleAntiquesWeek.com.”
This year sees the return of the staple Heart of Country Antiques Show as well as a new location for the Tailgate-Music Valley Show. Following those shows is the Antiques and Garden Show of Nashville. A fourth show, Fiddler’s Antiques Show adds to the fun.
In addition, Nashville is home to a number of great antiquing destinations, and home to the new location of Antique Archaeology, owned by American Picker Mike Wolf. Museum exhibits at Cheekwood Botanical Garden and Museum of Art and the Frist Center for the Visual Arts add opportunities for visitors interested in the visual arts.
NashvilleAntiquesWeek.com is supported by the Heart of Country Antiques Show, Tailgate-Music Valley Antiques Show, as well as dealers including American Spirit Antiques, Candler Arts, Finish Line Collectibles and Pure Vintage Chicago.
About Antiques Week Media, LLC
Antiques Week Media, LLC is the publisher of category-specific destination web sites for America’s popular antiques weeks. Sites include AmericanaWeek.com, NashvilleAntiquesWeek.com, AsiaWeekNYC.com and PhiladelphiaAntiques Week.com.
Regina Kolbe is President of PR To the Trade, a publicity and marketing agency specializing in promotion of arts and antiques. PR To the Trade is the industry’s leader in aspirational marketing. Clients include auction houses, appraisers, antiques show weeks. Eric Miller is a web publisher, writer and promoter. He publishes the popular web magazine Urban Art and Antiques and is co-founder of the Calendar of Antiques.